The Nobel Peace Prize bestowed on the four groups advancing Tunisia’s democracy brightens the beacon of hope for all of us.
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A former Open Society board member proves that great works of art can be produced in the most repressive circumstances.
With elections looming, Bulgarian politicians are bulldozing Roma houses to win the votes of right-wing nationalists.
Nearly a year after a U.S. Senate report exposed CIA torture activities, the European countries that were complicit in the program still haven’t been held accountable.
The ruling from the top EU court is subtle and careful—and it has already been misunderstood in some quarters.
Life is challenging for Roma women in Albania, but a recent push for political organization may soon change that.
During the wars of the 1990s, Croatia took in half a million displaced people, a memory that still lives on today as Europe’s refugees reach its borders.
Inflammatory rhetoric about the refugees in Hungary is distorting a situation that’s not nearly as out of control as portrayed.
U.S. domestic surveillance practices, exposed by Edward Snowden, present a profound legal challenge to the European Union's data protection regime.
An investigative journalist joins the migrants traveling through Hungary by foot, and finds acts of kindness amid the chaos.
The Decade of Roma Inclusion aimed to close the gaps between Roma and the rest of society, but thanks to opportunistic politicians, some of those gaps are wider than ever.